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Marie Bradwell

Associate Lecturer

School of Education

01752 636700 Ext:2014

Marie Bradwell

Role Summary

I have worked in Early Years and education for the past thirty years, working in various roles from manager to teaching assistant and with individuals who have special education needs.

I have been working at Marjon as a Visiting Lecturer since 2018 and a Lecturer since 2022.  Over the years I have lectured on various programs at undergrad and postgraduate level across the university. 

My research interests are situated in Social Policy, Early Years, Children and Young People's Mental Health / Illness, Active listening and Children’s Rights and using the Mosaic Approach.


MA Social Policy, Plymouth Marjon University
BA Early Childhood Studies , Plymouth Marjon University


I lecture across the following programmes

FdA Early Years, Teaching and Learning

BA Special Educational Needs and Disability

BA Primary Education

BSc Psychology

BSc Business

MA Education 



Children and young people's Mental Health/ Illness

Social Policy

Early Years

Children's Rights 

Active Listening

Using the Mosaic Approach in Research

Practitioner's Role


Voice Views and the UNCRC, Articles 12 and 13

'I'm Just a TA' From mixing paints to managing safeguarding and class teaching: An exploration of teaching assistants perceptions and roles in school.'m_just_a_TA_From_mixing_paints_to_managing_safeguarding_and_class_teaching_An_exploration_of_teaching_assistant's_perceptions_and_roles_in_school

Expert Membership of professional bodies

Associate Fellow of HEA


Roles on external bodies

Policy and Lobbying Group ECSDN

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